In 2015, 986 people were shot to death by the police in the U.S., and this year isn’t shaping up to be any less violent: The Washington Post has already counted at least eleven fatal shootings by cops in 2016. Yet, some people are still convinced that there isn’t a problem.
But a simply titled app, Archives + Absences, might be able to change their minds. Released Wednesday morning, the app sends a notification to your phone each time someone is shot and killed by police in the U.S. Set up in a simple format mimicking iPhone Messenger, it also comes with an archive of fatal police shootings throughout 2015 and a map showing where each shooting happened. Archives + Absences puts the number of fatal police shootings in 2016 at 37.